We caught wind of the HTC One possibly being delayed last week due to HTC struggling with the manufacturing process of its flagship device. It seems those rumors have been proven to be true as HTC has released a statement delaying the launch of their HTC One.
“We will start fulfilling pre-orders by end March in certain markets and will roll out to more markets as we approach April,” HTC said in a statement released today. The company didn’t reveal what the cause of the delay could be, but rumors have circulated in the past regarding HTC having issues getting enough UltraPixel sensors manufactured.
There is one bit of good news in today’s announcement as HTC has confirmed shipments to O2 in Germany are on schedule to be released. As for the rest of us outside of Germany, we’ll have to wait until our turn to purchase the HTC One some time in April when the company expects its flagship Android phone to ship globally.
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